This trick, I thought, looked very impressive and convincing. However, it's not quite what I
expected. I don't want to put down the designer of this routine because it is a very clever and
professional presentation. However, I think it's important to note that the trailer and description
are a bit misleading. This is a trick for those with an above novice level of skill that requires a
fair amount of practice and careful handling. The trick is 100% in the presentation. If you're
looking for a more automated trick that works itself, this is not the one. I think I'll enjoy this
with some practice, but I'm often intimidated by tricks that use a lot of tricky handling because my
hands aren't very big, and I'm very bad about drawing too much attention to my movements. One thing
I found misleading was that the trailer only shows broken fragments of the routine. I can't say much
more without giving too much away, but it makes the possibilities seem greater than they are. The
other misleading part is that the product description says that it comes with DVD and gimmicks, when
there really are no gimmicks. Literally, what you get are real nurses watches without batteries.
There is no gimmick to the props themselves. I think it should say, "includes DVD and props" for
better clarity. Overall, a bit pricey for something that uses pretty fundamental principles, but a
smooth, charming presenter can make this one a gem.
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